Christians in Media: The Church Service - POSTPONED
6:00 PM18:00

Christians in Media: The Church Service - POSTPONED

We are delighted to announce that Christians in Media is holding its very first annual Church Service for Christians working in th emedia on the 10th October at All Souls Church, London.

This addition to our current programme of activities is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a broad, diverse family, to pray together, to celebrate together and inspire the many Christians who work in media with stories of genuine faith and hope.

Join us from 6pm on Thursday 10th October for welcome drinks and canapes, and we'll kick off our very first church service with worship, prayer, reflections, tesimonies and an address from the Bishop of Kensington, Rt Rev Dr Graham Tomlin - plus many other guests.

Lots of details still to be announced in the coming months but we'd love you to save the date to join us for this very special evening.


6pm | Arrivals, wine and canapes

7pm | Church service opens with worship

8:15pm | Ministry time + tea, coffee and chats

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Christians in Media: Breakfast Briefing with Julie Etchingham, ITV
8:00 AM08:00

Christians in Media: Breakfast Briefing with Julie Etchingham, ITV

Christians in Media is proud to be hosting our first media breakfast briefing - a chance for our community to hear from Christian media professionals at the top of their game, and an opportunity to ask questions, get sound advice and tips and be a part of thought-provoking conversation.

This September, we kick off with a fireside chat and briefing with ITV newsreader and journalist Julie Etchingham.

Join us for breakfast and networking from 8am, before we sit down to hear from Julie with her interviewer for a fireside chat followed by questions. We'll wrap up the interview by 930am and you're welcome to chat and meet new people before heading back into your work days.

The cost of your ticket includes coffee, tea and soft drinks on arrival along with continental breakfast options.

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Christians in Media: The Sessions
8:00 AM08:00

Christians in Media: The Sessions

  • 10-11 Carlton House Terrace SW1Y 5AH (map)
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Christians in Media: The Sessions - a morning of workshops and facilitated discussions

8:30am | Arrivals + registration, tea, coffee and pastries

9:30am | Session stream #1 - choice of two

The Four Elements of Compelling Storytelling with Sheridan Voysey

Few things engage an audience more powerfully than a story. Tell a tale and people will lean in, read and watch longer, become emotionally engaged, and be moved to action.

Story works across all media because story is the language of humanity. In this seminar we will explore the four elements of compelling storytelling. These elements work for a 30-second commercial, a 60-second radio link or a 6-minute interview, right up to feature articles, keynote talks, documentaries and books.


Media Ethics - Facilitated discussion (faciliators to be confirmed)

In this facilitated discussion, we cut right to the heart of why Christians in Media exists, and ask the question why is it hard to tackle the challanges we face as Christians working in the media industry? Which ethical dilemmas do we face on a daily basis and how should we approach them not only as people of faith but also people who want to be good at our jobs?

10:15am | Tea and coffee break

10:45am | Session stream #2 - choice of two

The Four Elements of Compelling Storytelling with Sheridan Voysey


Work-life Balance & Avoiding Burnout with Action Jackson

Is work-life balance possible? In a world and an industry of tremendous competition and self-doubt, how do we maintain our focus, our faith and acheive our life and career goals? In this workshop we'll look at the route to burnout, how to stay on fire, the power of a dream team, how to make a remarkable impact in your part of the industry, and the difference between grace and performance.

11:45am | Prayer, closing remarks and finish

Price of your ticket includes tea, coffee, water and pastries on arrival, plus refreshments during the break.

The venue is a 5 minute walk from Charing Cross Station for overground trains and the Northern line.

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